Lee extends SF’s Pier 80 homeless shelter into summer

Lee dropped by to tell the shelter staff that he’d decided to keep Pier 80 open until July 1, well past the original closing date of March 31, and to add that the city will open as many as 200 new supportive housing units in rehabilitated residential hotels by midsummer. The Pier 80 shelter staff had figured that as long as Lee was there, he might as well talk to some of their temporary residents. The main difference with other shelters is that street campers can move in with their partners, pets and belongings, stay all day and night, and

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